Friday Mar 14
10 ways to celebrate St. Patrick's Day
Although hunkering down at your favorite pub is always an option, here are 10 other St. Patrick's Day and weekend options you might want to consider in the region.
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Friday Mar 14
C&C Starts Affordable Without Redevelopment Funds
Join us at the Hyatt Century Plaza Los Angeles, where we will be covering the major topics in commercial real estate nationally as well as what's going on across the property types in Los Angeles.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
The Orange County Register
Catholic youth go for new-time religion
It was part rock concert, part Catholic Church and all about religion Thursday at the Anaheim Convention Center with a deafening rally, Gospel-like music, loud stomping - and a call to tweet.
Music through the years
Did you know that the Tustin Public Library, at 345 E. Main St., has more than 300 books about the history of music? Tustin residents are able to browse through a selection of works by artists including Stevie Wonder, Bob Dylan and Elvis Presley.
The Macon Telegraph
10 top kitchen remodeling trends
When Michelle and Jon Christy bought their 1980s-era home in North Tustin, Calif., much of the residence already was remodeled.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
The Tustin News
Tustin police blotter: March 1 to 7
A man was reportedly standing in the middle of the street shouting about a woman having stolen his car.
Foothill Communities Coalition v. County of Orange: New California...
Spot zoning - the practice of singling out a parcel of property for either more or less restrictive zoning regulations - does not always constitute an impermissible abuse of discretion according to a new opinion from the California Court of Appeal in Foothill Communities Coalition v.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Huntington Beach Independent
Parent group wants the pot out of fashion
A Huntington Beach parent organization has asked nationwide clothing retailer Tilly's to pull merchandise featuring images of marijuana from its shelves.
Los Banos Enterprise
Los Banos and Pacheco wrestlers fall short at girls state championships
For four Pacheco High wrestlers and one Los Banos wrestler, the CIF State Girls Wrestling Championships ended sooner than they hoped.
Gen Y Wants Quality Cars It Can Trust
Maybe younger people want cars, after all. That would go against what has become the official word on Millennials and cars: they'd rather spend on something they can put in their pocket.
Now Available: Epinex Diagnostics Incorporated - Medical Equipment - Deals and Alliances Profile
The company develops and offers rapid diagnostic tests. Its products include point-of-care test device and over-the-counter test device.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Houston Healthcare Makes CT Exams Safer with Toshibaa s PROTECT Program and AIDR 3D
"Technology upgrades through Toshiba's VeloCT program, such as AIDR 3D, have been imperative to achieving dose levels significantly lower than the standards set by the American College of Radiology," said Tim Sisco, Director of Cardiovascular and Imaging Services, Houston Healthcare.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Laguna Hills presents a student-directed 'Arsenic and Old Lace'
Laguna Hills senior Jamie Enright has pictured herself in the director's chair since she was a sophomore.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Tustin to become second "Purple Heart" city in O.C.
William Beattie, 65, of Dana Point, wasn't aware he had earned a Purple Heart, pictured in this file photo, an Air Medal and a Combat Infantryman Badge for his actions in spring 1968.
Torah scrolls inspected following fire at Santa Ana synagogue
TUSTIN As Rabbi Moshe Druin unrolled each of Temple Beth Sholom's Torah scrolls Thursday, his eyes carefully scanned for inconsistencies, errors and damages caused by human error and the wear and tear of time.
Trash Talkin' Part 2 - The 3 Rs
Yesterday we discussed the big changes coming to the rates for trash hauling in the commercial and multi-family areas, and we identified a flawed RFP as the proximal cause of why the City received only 2 bids to provide services.
Spek's 'naturalism' in Fortuna
Hans Spek is the Fortuna Art Council's featured artist at Redwood Capital Bank, Fortuna Branch, through the end of March.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Becoming the Best Version of You
It's not too late in the year for change. While the new year often brings with it talk of resolutions and new beginnings, self-improvement is a good thing no matter the season.
Tustin school news: auction, scholarships, more
Mater Dei High School's online auction is open. Visit biddingforgood.com/mdhs to bid on more than 150 items.
Hundreds create Rainbow Loom chain, raise nearly $15,000
Chain length: At least 23,760 feet, with rubber-band chains that had yet to be counted at the end of the event Funds raised: At least $14,647, which will go toward Children's Hospital of Orange County's Integrative Complementary Alternative Medicine program Information: facebook.com/teamsupermax .